Premier Hotel King David
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We had an interesting start to the morning with Dennis lecturing us on the origin of the earth and life. He is currently studying through Copenhagen a university and so was imparted some very interesting knowledge on us. From the initial elemental makeup of the Big Bang to the evolution of human kind. We then headed out to drive around the game reserve for the day. We saw ...
... the perfect place to conclude my trip.
Due to previous bookings I was to spend one night at a neighbouring farm called Hope.
An intimate, pretty dwelling, home of Belinda, who owns and runs the farm, specializing in courses on sustainable farming and permaculture.
The following day she was hosting a group of school children, there to celebrate World Aids Day. I was invited to join in.
I have never stopped to wonder what happens on World Aids Day. ...
... paper boxes that we put a sweetie in each and repeated "look in here". After we finished we headed to the Grade R class to begin their lesson. (I assured Tracey this was not the normal type of day I would expect her to undertake by herself but it gave her 3 different options of what she felt she wanted or could do when here by herself.). The Grade R class as always was a lot of fun with a lot of excite to as we learnt about shapes and ultimately made a house ...
... despite me having to go to work on Christmas Day, they managed to make Christmas lunch and do some exercise- probably the healthiest Christmas Day Dan has ever experienced! Dan's girlfriend Jess arrived on the 27th, so I was delighted to have some female company, and what good company it was. We had only met once or twice before, but had been messaging quite a lot before she came out so I was really looking forward to her getting out here. We had a big braai with ...
... on Tuesday, to Johannesburg. I decided to do some driving that evening, so that I wasn't stuck in the city traffic in the morning. However, going to pick up the rental car, I had to use my debit card as my credit was recently defrauded and cancelled. I thought this wouldn't be a problem, however the company I made the booking with only accepted credit cards... It was about 8pm and options were a bit slim. The next company, Tempest, did accept debit cards, however, the limit on ...